Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cinder Reflective’
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cinder Reflective’ delivers a stealthy colorway of the lifestyle silhouette, highlighted by a Primeknit upper in a charcoal grey finish. The bootie-style construction of the collar is complemented by a pull tab for easy on and off, while the signature post-dyed side stripe is treated to a light-grabbing reflective finish for added visibility. A full-length Boost midsole, encased in a dark grey rubber cage, is visible through cut-outs in the gum rubber outsole.
Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Azael’
Steering away from his previous retro-inspired slant, Kanye West explores future-facing design with the adidas Yeezy 700 V3. Unveiled in December 2019, this Azael edition receives a black neoprene bootie with a notched collar and striped textile underlay encased in a sculpted, open-work cage. Integrated lacing offers traditional lockdown.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Bred’
Rated 5.00 out of 5$441,00
Released in limited numbers, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Bred’ was one of the early V2 drops. This colorway combines a black Primeknit upper with red SPLY 350 branding, and a translucent black midsole housing full-length Boost.
Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’
Kanye West and adidas launched the Yeezy 500 ‘Utility Black’ in July 2018. The retro-inspired silhouette counterbalances its bulky form with a sleek, all-black design. What sets this colorway apart from the standard triple-black finish is a singular use of tone – it’s a semi-faded black that coats the combination mesh and suede upper, as opposed to the pitch-black variety that’s more common in the sneaker firmament.
Yeezy Slides ‘Earth Brown’
The Yeezy Slides ‘Earth Brown’ showcase a subdued monochromatic finish on the slip-on design. Built for everyday wear, the versatile sandal is constructed from EVA foam with a molded footbed for immediate step-in comfort. Underfoot, the outsole uses exaggerated flex grooves for enhanced traction. This pair dropped alongside accompanying colorways in ‘Bone,’ ‘Resin’ and ‘Desert Sand,’ with the latter available exclusively at Kanye West’s Yeezy Supply site.
Yeezy Boost 700 ‘Wave Runner’
This inaugural colorway of Kanye West’s Yeezy Wave Runner 700 launched in November 2017, following a public debut earlier in the year as part of the Yeezy Season 5 runway show. The sneaker’s retro-inspired lines worked in tandem with a chunky silhouette reminiscent of an earlier era. A mesh base is finished in grey on the quarter panels and bright blue and teal on the forefoot. Suede overlays arrive on the toe and heel accented grey leather eyestays. Other details include neon green laces, a bulky white midsole, and pops of black and bright orange.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Sesame’ features a subdued color palette that matches the shoe’s minimalist construction. The ventilated Primeknit upper retains the heel tab and distinct center stitch detailing but does away with the mirrored ‘SPLY-350’ branding. A semi-translucent rubber midsole underneath encompasses a full-length Boost cushioning, while a gum rubber outsole delivers enhanced traction.
Yeezy Slides ‘Desert Sand’
The Yeezy Slide 'Desert Sand' offers Kanye West’s take on a casual sandal, good for postgame relaxation or weekend lounging. A subtle tan finish complements the minimalist build, made with lightweight and durable EVA foam. Exterior branding is limited to adidas’ three-stripe logo debossed on the soft footbed. The outsole is crafted with strategically placed horizontal grooves for superior comfort and traction.
Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cinder Non-Reflective’
Rated 5.00 out of 5$506,00
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Cinder’ features a neutral look on its signature construction. Built with Primeknit, the Cinder upper includes a tonal monofilament stripe on the lateral side. A heel pull-loop provides easy on and off, while a similar finish marks the cage around the Boost midsole. A gum rubber outsole provides traction.
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